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Booktalk

In 'Stop-Action,' the Bears' Dick Butkus may have taken his title too seriously

By Michael Olmert

Mad Games

MAD ABOUT THE GAME

There was no disguising the gusto with which baseball's pennant contenders threw themselves—plus a wild bat and a rhubarb or two—into the playoffs

By Ron Fimrite

RUNNING UNDER THE RAINBOW

Outgoing champion Stewart raced through sun, fog and wind to lead incoming champ Fittipaldi to the pot of gold at the end of the Grand Prix

By Robert F. Jones

AN ANGRY GIANT ENDS CINDERELLA'S DANCE

For two years mighty USC fell under the spell of more glamorous Stanford, but last week its army of athletes rebelled

By Roy Blount Jr.

Bengal Brains

HANDY PAIR OF BRAINY BENGALS

A concert pianist-composer and a computer analyst keep Cincinnati on top of the intellectual league

By Ron Reid

Pro Basketball '72/'73

Turning All the Glitter To Gold

First West, Then the Rest

Kareem of the Crop

Field a Team, Win a Title

Three Clubs vs. One Kneecap

A New Team, an Old Story

Kentucky To Win This Derby

NO BUSINESS LIKE BOE'S BUSINESS

They laughed when this former fruit and nut salesman bought a basketball team. Now it's the Nets who are chock-full of chuckles

By Peter Carry

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Tulane dines high on one man's family

It's an immovable feast in New Orleans now that the Foley brothers—Steve, Mike and Rob—and most everybody else in their vast clan are leading that old ripple, the Green Wave, to its finest splash in years

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK

By Gwilym S. Brown

Hunting

One-Shot moon shooters

With the accuracy of lunar rockets, a team of astronauts won the 29th One-Shot Antelope Hunt on the game-rich plains of Lander, Wyo.

By Virginia Kraft

Horse Racing

Now, was that a good way to break the ice?

Angel Penna was coolly received by the French when he moved to Paris to train; now he has won, if not their hearts, their biggest turf prize

By Whitney Tower

Bad

BAD IS BEAUTIFUL

Presenting Ilie Nastase, paradox from Rumania: at most times a joyous companion, bon vivant and ladies' man, but with a racket in his hand a rascal—a baiter of opponents and officials alike

By Curry Kirkpatrick

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 3-9

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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